Human Race Get Off Your Knees: The Lion Sleeps No More about two days ago.
|Human Race Get Off Your Knees: The Lion Sleeps No More Tour 2011.|
|Gold Coast Convention Centre in 2011|
Reminds me in some ways of Alex Grey's work.
|Neil's drawing left, Alex Grey's painting right, on my bookmark.|
|Colour plate of Neil's picture. Love the prophetic lighting strike on the cross;-)|
Maybe this is what cracking the cosmic egg is all about?
The Cosmic Egg and the Dragon
When I saw the egg drawing of Neil's I wondered what he was up to lately ,as I read his first book years ago, but I hadn't heard if he had written any more lately, but I didn't pursue the the thought by trying to find out.
It was just a thought that crossed my mind, that's all.
|Looks like he does have a new book out. I'll have to have a read of it.|
and I came across this post -
Cloud Atlas - Everything is Connected
about the movie Cloud Atlas.
Now, this was a movie that I had about one day left to make up my mind whether I should see it at the cinema, as by Thursday it's run might have ended.
|That stained glass window looks slightly familiar to me.|
|Vitoria Point Cinema 5|
David Icke fan and he is even displaying some of Neil's drawings,
so this might be a sync to go see this movie?
I go to the sidebar of the blog to see who owns this particular blog and it is....Neil Hague.
I couldn't believe it, as I have not seen this blog listed before.
Maybe because he doesn't do a lot of posts, it's slipped by me?
Anyway, I just had to go see this movie now, after this "coincidence".
And check out the windows on the wall of the cinema it was in.
|My last subscription copy of NEXUS magazine.|
My friends Rob and Trish MacGregor have an article in the latest issue, after I told them to try NEXUS, as I thought the magazine editor would be interested.
I used to subscribe to NEXUS magazine, but my subscription ran out with the above pictured issue, and since I'm out of work, I decided to let all magazine subscriptions slide at the moment in an effort to stem the financial hemorrhage.
I hadn't even read the last issue (Oct-Nov) that my subscription finished on, so I dug it out and started reading it after coming home from Cloud Atlas.
|Aliens with a backyard?-)|
|There was also this cartoon in this issue of NEXUS.|
|One of Neil's illustrations from Icke's book.|
|That picture looks familiar, don't you think?|
|Spirit bird? You've got to be kidding me?|
I was wondering if I should go Sunday to Bluesfest as well, as Good Friday, which I already had tickets to.
I had bought the Friday tickets a few weeks ago, and lucky I did, because they are now sold out, but there was still tickets for Sunday and I really wanted to see Roger Hodgson, the ex lead singer of the band Supertramp, my childhood hero.
But I was trying to be logical about it, my money is running out and I don't have a job.
My head was saying no, my heart was saying go.
Guess who else is on Sunday?
After seeing this review in an Oct-Nov issue of NEXUS, it was sorry head, but the heart has spoken.
|More aliens, and this is a book I have, but haven't read yet.|
|My photo of the orb at the Byron Bay Writer's Festival, 2011.|
|Blue butterfly? Storm? 2013?|
|My wife's blue butterfly magnet.|
"The world's largest egg, belonging to an extinct Madagascan elephant bird, is up for auction in London.At 30 centimetres high and 21 centimetres wide, the egg is about 100 times larger than a chicken egg and larger than those laid by the dinosaurs.
It is expected to fetch up to $40,000.
James Hyslop from Christies auction house says it is uncommon to find an elephant bird eggs in such good condition.
"It was laid by a giant elephant bird that lived on Madagascar and went extinct somewhere around the 13th to 17th centuries," he said.
"It's very rare to find one that's complete.
To see one in such perfect condition is a real treat.""
Massive elephant bird egg goes on sale
You just couldn't make this stuff up if you tied :-)